Opposing Biden’s vision for public lands, hard-right group makes inroads in Colorado

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Opposing Biden’s vision for public lands, hard-right group makes inroads in Colorado

At least four counties have signaled resistance to 30X30 plan
The view of Palisade from atop the Palisade Rim Trail. The Palisade Plunge Trail, approved by Bureau of Land Management and Forest Service, starts atop the Grand Mesa and ends at the Colorado River. The American Stewards of Liberty, a group based in Texas, is pushing local Colorado governments to oppose the Biden administration’s 30×30 plan to preserve 30% of the nation’s land and water by 2030.

Opposing Biden’s vision for public lands, hard-right group makes inroads in Colorado

The view of Palisade from atop the Palisade Rim Trail. The Palisade Plunge Trail, approved by Bureau of Land Management and Forest Service, starts atop the Grand Mesa and ends at the Colorado River. The American Stewards of Liberty, a group based in Texas, is pushing local Colorado governments to oppose the Biden administration’s 30×30 plan to preserve 30% of the nation’s land and water by 2030.
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